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UConn team wins $15K for eco-flame retardant

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency awarded a UConn student team $15,000 to develop a cost-effective and environmentally friendly flame retardant.

McGurk named CT state Regent

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy has appointed William J. McGurk to the state college system's Board of Regents.

WalletHub: CT not a great place for college grads

A recent analysis by consumer financial products website WalletHub found that Connecticut produces high levels of student debt relative to its economy and incomes.

Tunxis partners with Cheshire company on manufacturing certificate

Farmington’s Tunxis Community College said it has partnered with Cheshire’s EDAC Technologies to launch a certificate program in advanced manufacturing machine technology.

USJ President Trotman Reid to retire

After seven years as president of West Hartford’s St. Joseph University, Pamela Trotman Reid will retire at the end of the 2014-2015 academic year, the school announced.

QU opens new law school HQ in North Haven

Quinnipiac University said the new home of its law school has opened for classes.

CCAT preps third manufacturing career push

East Hartford’s Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology said it will host manufacturing events for students and teachers next month in Southington and Bridgeport.

The New Children’s Museum’s CEO leaving

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Robert Griesmer is leaving his post as chief executive of The New Children’s Museum in West Hartford, to take the same slot of the Virginian Air and Space Center.

Study pegs UConn’s economic impact at $3.39B

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An economic impact analysis commissioned by UConn determined that the school generated $3.39 billion in economic activity in 2013.

UConn's School of Nursing receives $2.3M

UConn's School of Nursing received a $2.3 million pledge from Robin Froman and Steven Owen to establish its first endowed faculty chair. The pledge will...

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